In a new illustrated guide, futurist Rose Eveleth dives into the slippery nature of predicting what might come next.
In a graphic anthology of possible futures, astronauts embarking on a moon settlement operation explore justice in space.
The population of one of the most common hummingbird species in the U.S. is plummeting. Climate change may be the culprit.
Lenore Newman explores the history (and extinction) of some food favorites in ‘Lost Feast.’ We’ll read it together this spring.
From this spring’s SciFri Book Club pick, learn how early humans developed concepts like dry-aging to make mammoth meat tastier and last longer.
From electrifying rivers to dimming the sun, a new book explores geoengineering as a potential solution to environmental disasters.
In a new book, Annalee Newitz looks to some of the greatest ancient civilizations around the world to discover the rise and fall of urban centers.
From towering earthen pyramids to bustling ceremonial centers, this Native American city was once the largest urban center in North America.